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American Encounters: Art, History, and Cultural Identity

@inproceedings{Miller2007AmericanEA,
  title={American Encounters: Art, History, and Cultural Identity},
  author={Angela Miller and Margaretta M. Lovell and David M. Lubin},
  year={2007}
}
Description American Encounters provides a narrative of the history of American art that focuses on historical encounters among diverse cultures, upon broad structural transformations such as the rise of the middle classes and the emergence of consumer and mass culture, and on the fluid conversations between "high" art and vernacular expressions. The text emphasizes the intersections among cultures and populations, as well as the exchanges, borrowings, and appropriations that have enriched and… 
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